Urbanowicz Darwin-Related Pages Only:
In Reverse Chronological Order Since 1965

Dr. Charles F. Urbanowicz / Retired Professor Emeritusof Anthropology
California State University, Chico / Chico, California 95929-0400
Anthropology Department: Phone: 530-898-6192or e-mail: anth@csuchico.edu
e-mail: curbanowicz@csuchico.edu/ home page: http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban

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1 September 2019

On 31 December 2009 I retired from California State University, Chico, and am now associated with the University as a Professor Emeritus of Anthropology.


2010a http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/BerraReviewForRNSCE[Review of Charles Darwin: The Concise Story of anExtraordinary Man by Tim M. Berra (Baltimore: The Johns HopkinsUniversity Press, 2008), in Reports of the National Center forScience Education (Berkeley, California), Volume 30, Numbers 1-2(January-April), pages 37-38.  


2009 http://www.csuchico.edu/~curbanowicz/ANTH600Fall2009.html [Current Thoughts on Anthropology and Darwin. For Professor David Eaton's CSU, Chico ANTH 600 (Core Seminar in Anthropology) on October 7, 2009, at California State University, Chico.


2008f http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/ANTH600Fall2008.html[Personal Comments on Anthropology and Darwin. For ProfessorDavid Eaton's CSU, Chico ANTH 600 (Core Seminarin Anthropology) on September 30, 2008, at California State University, Chico.


2007 http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/HFAGalapagosAugust2007.html[Why Go To The Galápagos? Why Not?! For the HumanitiesCenter Friday Tertulia at CSU, Chico, August 27.]  


2005a http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/PHIL321Fall2005.html[Urbanowicz on Darwin and Human Happiness. CSU, Chico PHIL321 (ETHICS AND HUMAN HAPPINESS) at CSU,Chico, November 30.]

2005b http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/SelfTesting/DarwinTestFive.htm[Darwin 2005 Self-Test Five, February 3.]

2005c http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/syllabi/SYL_303-SP2005.html[CSU, Chico ANTH 303: Seminar in CulturalAnthropology: Charles R. Darwin. Spring2005.] 


2004a http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/PHIL108FALL2004.htm[Charles Darwin And Religion (Fall 2004). CSU, Chico PHIL[Philosophy] 108, Ethics And Human Happiness,at CSU, Chico, November 30].

2004b http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/WorldExplorationFall2004Darwin.htm[A Visual Intellectual History of Charles Darwin. For apresentation on November 7, 2004, at the monthly lectureseries entitled "World Explorations" sponsored by The Museum ofAnthropology, CSU, Chico.]

2004c http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/CELTOctober2004Darwin.html[The Darwin Project: 1996 to 2004! To be presented on October 21,2004, at the Tenth Annual Conference on Learning and Teachingsponsored by CELT (Center for Excellence inLearning and Teaching), October 21-22, 2004, at CSU,Chico.]

2004d http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/SelfTesting/DarwinTestFour.htm(Darwin Self-Test Four} September 2004).

2004e http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/DarwinSP2004PHIL108.html(Charles R. Darwin and Moral Evolution. CSU, Chico PHIL[Philosophy] 108, Ethics And Human Happiness, atCSU, Chico, May 3.)

2004f http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/PacificWAMLApril2004.html[Mapping The Islands of the Pacific: Islanders and Others(Including Cook and Darwin). For a presentation at the WAML(Western Association of Map Libraries)Conference, April 29-31, at CSU, Chico.]

2004g http://www,csuchico.edu/~curban/April2004WindChimeDarwin.html[Charles Darwin And His Research. For a presentation at WindChime of Chico (an Assisted Living & Special Care Community inAffiliation with Enloe Health System), Chico, Ca. ]

2004h http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/FourDarwinVideosFeb2004.html](Four Darwin Videos from CSU, Chico. For the CSU, ChicoAnthropology Forums, February 12 and 19, 2004).

2004i http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/TeachingAboutDarwinJan2004.html](Teaching About Darwin. For a workshop sponsored by the OutreachPrograms of the California Academy of Sciences (San Francisco) andheld at the Museum of Anthropology at CSU, Chico, January 10,2004).   


2003a Charles Darwin: - Part Three: A Man ofScience. [ ~Twenty-four Minute Video. Darwin from South America, through the Galápagos Islands, and back to England.] Produced and Edited by Ms. Donna Crowe: Instructional Media Center, CSU, Chico.

2003b http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/SelfTesting/DarwinTestThree.htm(Darwin 2003 Self-Test Three, October 31).

2003c http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/DarwinFA2003PHIL137.html[Darwin, Sex, and Love. CSU, Chico PHIL [Philosophy]137, Philosophical Perspectives on Sexand Love, at CSU, Chico, September 29).

2003d http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/Jan2003Hawai'iDarwin.html[Teaching As Theatre Once Again: Darwin in the Classroom (AndBeyond). (For the Hawai'iInternational Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu,Hawai'i, January 12-15, 2003.) [Also published inThe Conference Proceedings, CD-ROM:ISSN#1541-5899.]   

2003e http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/BookReviewKonnerWeb.html[Book review of The Tangled Wing:Biological Constraints on the Human Spirit (Second Edition, 2002)by Melvin Konner]. Reports Of the National Center ForScience Education (Berkeley, CA), Vol. 23, Number 1, Jan-Feb2003, pages 43-44. 


2002a ThereIs A Grandeur In This View Of Life. In Darwin DayCollection One: The Single Best Idea Ever (2002) Edited by AmandaChesworth et al. (Albuquerque, New Mexico: Tangled BankPress), pages 67-70.

2002b http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/DarwinFA2002Phil108.htm[Charles R. Darwin and John Steinbeck: The Story Continues.][For CSU, Chico PHIL [Philosophy] 108,Ethics And Human Happiness, at CSU, Chico, December 2).

2002c http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/DarwinSP2002Phil108.htm[Charles R. Darwin: From 2002 to 2008/2009.] [For CSU,Chico PHIL [Philosophy] 108, Ethics And HumanHappiness, at CSU, Chico, May 6.)

2002d http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/DarwinAAUWMarch.html[A Handout On Darwin: Countdown to 2008/2009.] [For the 9March 2002 AAUW [American Association ofUniversity Women] Meeting in Chico, CA).

2002e http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/DarwinSacFeb2002.html[On Darwin: Countdown to 2008/2009]. For "Darwin Day"activities, sponsored by HAGSA [The HumanistAssociation of the Greater SacramentoArea], Sacramento, California, February 10, 2002].

2002f TeachingAs Theatre. Strategies in Teaching Anthropology, SecondEdition (2002), edited by Patricia Rice & David W. McCurdy,Editors (NJ: Prentice Hall), pages 147-149. [NOTE: This isa incredibly shortened version of 2000a below.]

2002g http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/VestigesReview.html(Book review of Victorian Sensation: The ExtraordinaryPublication, Reception, and Secret Authorship of Vestiges of theNatural History of Creation, by James A. Secord [2000,University of Chicago Press] for Dr. Alan Rauch, Book ReviewEditor, Configurations, Georgia Institute of Technology,Atlanta, GA 30332-0165.) Configurations, Volume 10, Number 1,Winter 2002, pages 195-198. 


2001a http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/qrbjuly2001review.htm(Book review of Biology, Evolution, and Human Nature, byTimothy H. Goldsmith and William F. Zimmerman [2001, John Wiley& Sons, Inc.] for Quarterly Review of Biology[University of Chicago Press for the State University of New Yorkat Stony Brook]), December 2001, Vol. 76, No. 4: 493.

2001b http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/SelfTesting/DarwinTestTwo.htm(Darwin 2001 Self-Test Two).

2001c http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/FA2001Unitarian.html](Darwin, Dying, and Death: Philosophical Perspective[s].For a presentation at the Unitarian Fellowship of Chico, November4.)

2001d http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/DarwinForum2001.html(Darwin Then and Now: Who Was Charles Darwin? The Legacy of anEvolutionary Biologist. For the combined "AnthropologyForum" and CAPE [Center for Applied andProfessional Ethics] session at CSU, Chico,October 25.)

2001e http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/DarwinRetFacOct2001.html(Charles R. Darwin: Comments on a Life Fulfilled. For the CSU,Chico "Retired Faculty Association" Meeting, October 19.)

2001f http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/WordsOnAnnie'sBox.html(Essay on Annie's Box: Charles Darwin, his Daughter and HumanEvolution, by Randal Keynes [2001]).

2001g Charles Darwin: - Part Two: The Voyage. [ ~Twenty-two Minutes. Darwin from South America, through the Galápagos Islands, and back to England.] Edited by Ms. Vilma Hernandez and Produced by Ms. Donna Crowe: Instructional Media Center, CSU, Chico.

2001h http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/SP2001DarwinPhil108.html(For CSU, Chico PHIL [Philosophy] 108, Ethics AndHuman Happiness, at CSU, Chico, April 30.)

2001i http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/museumtourmarch2001.html(Brief Words Concerning Charles R. Darwin, for participants on theChico Museum Getty Tour, March 21-24).

2001j http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/2002Narrative.html(March 5} Narrative for a CSU, Chico Research ProposalApplication for Spring 2002 [Note} Not funded.]).

2001k http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/WorldExplorationSpring2001.html(Culture And Nature: Machu Picchu (Péru) and TheGalápagos Islands (Ecuador), July 2000.) For the MonthlyLecture Series entitled "World Explorations" sponsored by The Museumof Anthropology, CSU, Chico, March 4).

2001l http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/CorningSp2001.html(For a presentation to the 7th grade "Life Science" classroom ofMs. Tiana Scott, Maywood Middle School, Corning, CA, February28).

2001m The Galápagos Islands: Every Little Bit Helps.The Chico Enterprise-Record, Sunday, February 25 (page E1 andE2) and see: http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/GalapagosIslandsoilspill.htm


2000a TeachingAs Theatre: Some Classroom Ideas, Specifically Those ConcerningCharles R. Darwin (1809-1882) for the 99th AnnualMeeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco,CA (November 15-19).

2000b http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/darwinvisualsonly.htm(Charles Darwin-Related Visuals Only) [November 10]).

2000c http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/SoAmGIslands.html(2000, South American Visuals Only [November 3]).

2000d Charlie on Darwin (For the 26 Octobercombined CELT [Center forExcellence in Learning and Teaching]Conference and Anthropology Forum Presentation atCSU, Chico (http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/CELTFall26OctoberForum.html).

2000e SouthAmerican Research: Words [with Sadie Urbanowicz]. (Forthe 6 October 2000 AAUW [AmericanAssociation of University Women] Meeting inChico, CA).

2000f CharlieOn Darwin: Urbanowicz Presents Ideas Concerning Charles R. Darwin(1809-1882) (For the Sixth Annual CELT [Centerfor Excellence in Learning and Teaching]Conference on Learning and Teaching at CSU, Chico, September21 & 22.)

2000g CharlesR. Darwin (1809-1882): Spring 2000 Miscellaneous Information.(ForCSU, Chico PHIL 108, Ethics And Human Happiness, April26.)

2000h http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/SelfTesting/DarwinTestOne.htm(Darwin 2000-2001 [Self]Test One).

2000i Mnemonics,Quotations, Cartoons, And A Notebook: "Tricks" For AppreciatingCultural Diversity Strategies in Teaching Anthropology,Patricia Rice & David W. McCurdy, Editors (NJ: Prentice Hall),pages 132-140. [And Please see} http://vig.prenhall.com/catalog/academic/product/1,4096,0130340707,00.html


1999a, Charles Darwin: - Part One: The Voyage. [ ~Twenty-two Minutes. Darwin sailing from England to South America.] Produced and Edited by Ms. Donna Crowe: Instructional Media Center, CSU, Chico.

1999b http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/DarwinMiscSep99.html(Charles R. Darwin: Fall 1999 Miscellaneous Information For VariousActivities; including CSU, Chico ANTH 198 [AnthropologyForum: The Evolution of Digital Darwin, September 23)],CSU, Chico ANTH 300 [Core Seminar in CulturalAnthropology, September 30], and CSU, Chico PHIL108, Ethics And Human Happiness, [November17]. 


1998a Darwin:From The Origin (1859+), To The Descent of Man, andSelection in Relation To Sex (1871), And The Expression ofEmotions...(1872) To Today! For CSU, Chico PHIL 108,Ethics And Human Happiness, December 2.

1998b CharlesF. Urbanowicz On Charles R. Darwin. For CSU, Chico ANTH300, Core Seminar in Cultural Anthropology, October 6.

1998c Urbanowiczon Darwin. (Prepared for Homecoming & Parents Day, CSU,Chico, October 3.)

1998d DarwinAnd Modernism: From The Industrial Revolution Through The OriginOf Species And Beyond! (For CSU, Chico ART 197(The Avant-Garde in the Twentieth Century: The Visual Arts),September 30.

1998e CharlesR. Darwin (1809-1882): Potential Founding Father of Modernism?(Presentation for CSU, Chico ART 197), September 30.

1998f Charlieon Darwin (May 1998 15 Minute Videotape Report for the Office ofthe Provost) (Prepared as part of the CSU, Chico 1997-1998"Master Teacher" report, May 8).

1998g FolkloreConcerning Charles R. Darwin. Presented at the 1998 Meetings ofthe Southwestern Anthropological Society and The California FolkloreSociety, Sacramento, CA, April 16-18. [Also please seeChantal Lamers, 1998, "Darwin's Insight Evolves To CD-ROM" inTheOrion, Vol. 40, Issue 2, February 4, page 1 and page 8, for arelated item.] 


1997a "DarwinContinues To Evolve: Urbanowicz On Darwin (Again!)." (For theCSU, Chico Anthropology Forum, September 11.)

1997b Charles Darwin: Reflections - Part one: TheBeginning. [ ~Seventeen Minutes: Darwin in England]. Produced and Edited by Ms. Donna Crowe: Instructional Media Center, CSU, Chico.


1996a Urbanowicz on Darwin. TheChico Anthropological Society Papers, Number 16, pages55-114.

1996b [with Donna Crowe] FourteenSecond Darwin Quick Time Movie.

1996c [with Donna Crowe and Kathy Fernandes]DarwinEvolves: Multimedia (Videotape+) For Instructional Purposes.(Forthe CSU, Chico Anthropology Forum, November 7.)

1996d [with Donna Crowe] CharlesDarwin: Reflections. (For CSU, Chico THEA 124,October 24.)

1996e Urbanowicz on Darwin, [http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/Darwin/DarwinSem-S95.html](CSU, Chico Spring 1995/Fall 1996) 


1994a On Darwin (For the CSU, ChicoAnthropology Forum, September 15.)

1994b Charles R. Darwin. (For the CSU, ChicoAnthropology Forum, February 10.) 


1993a Charles Darwin: The Man At Home and Abroad. (For theMeeting of the Northern California Geographical Society, Chico, CA,December 5.)

1993b CharlesR. Darwin: Happy 116th Anniversary! (For the 92nd Annual Meetingof the American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C.,November 17-21.)

1993c Charles R. Darwin (70" ITFS[Instructional Television ForStudents]Videotape), February 10 [available inthe Department of Anthropology at CSU, Chico ].

1993d CharlesR. Darwin: (1809-1882). (For the CSU, Chico AnthropologyForum, February 11.) 


1992 Four-FieldCommentary. Anthropology Newsletter [AmericanAnthropological Association, Washington, D.C.], Vol. 33, No. 9:3. 


1991 http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/Forum/London1991.html(London: Legacy of Legends (1066-1991); presented at the AnthropologyForum at CSU, Chico, May 9, 1991). 


1990a http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/CharlesRDarwin.pdf[Charles R. Darwin: My Life And My Death. Discussion Paper90-1 in Discussion Paper Series, College of Behavioral and SocialSciences, CSU, Chico.]

1990b Charles R. Darwin: My Life and My Times. (For theCSU, Chico Anthropology Forum, October 4.)

1990c ALetter To The Editor [Concerning Charles R. Darwin].[Chico Enterprise-Record], September 26, pageB4. 


1970a Discussion.Current Direction in Anthropology: A Special Issue[Bulletins of the American Anthropological Association, Vol. 3,No. 3, Part 2], edited by Ann Fischer (Washington, D.C., AmericanAnthropological Association), pages 55-56.

1970b http://www.csuchico.edu/~curban/NatureCulture1970.html (Mother Nature, Father Culture. For the 28th Annual Meeting ofthe Oregon Academy of Science, Eugene, February 28.)


1965 Darwin- 1859: An Important Historical Event. (For SPEECH 100,Western Washington State College [now Western WashingtonUniversity], Bellingham, Washington, June 30).

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